Every Man Jack and Dr. Squatch are two of the most famous men’s grooming brands out there. They both made good body washes, deodorants and bar soaps.
Dr. Squatch is well-known for its pricey, nice-smelling soaps. Every Man Jack is not only common but also cheaper than Dr. Squatch. Obviously, we can’t compare all of their products.
Since Dr. Squatch is very popular with their bar soaps, it makes sense to compare their soaps with those of Every Man Jack.
In this article, I’ll be reviewing the Dr. Squatch Cedar Citrus Soap and comparing it with the Every Man Jack Cedarwood Men’s Soap.
Just from the name, both are similar but have subtle differences. So, let’s look at the possible similarities and differences.
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Every Man Jack vs Dr. Squatch: (Differences & Similarities)
Here, I’ll compare both on a few specific features and factors to make choosing between them easy:
Every Man Jack Cedarwood vs Dr. Squatch Cedar Citrus Soap
I see the cost as the most important when buying a new soap.
So, I’m going to start with that. Generally, Dr. Squatch products are more expensive than EMJ. And the soap bars are no different.
While an EMJ bar soap may cost you 20 dollars, the Dr. Squatch bar soap will set you back at least 30 dollars. That’s more than a difference of 10 dollars.
Both are available in a bundle pack. While the Dr. Squatch bundle contains 4-packs, the Every Man Jack bundle contains only 3-packs.
It may seem that this should be the reason for the price differential, but it isn’t.
If you look at each pack, you’ll discover that each EMJ pack is 6.0 oz while those of Dr. S. are only 5.0 oz.
You get around a total of 18 oz for EMJ and a total of 20 oz for Dr. S. Meaning, the difference isn’t much.
Therefore, consider the Every Man Jack pack if you’re looking for the most affordable of the two.
Interestingly, if you order directly from both brands, each bar of soap will cost you $7 from both brands.
However, Every Man Jack is still not as expensive as Dr. Squatch since it has 6 oz as against the 5 oz of the other brand.
According to EMJ, the Cedar Wood Body Bar Soap is a 2-in-1 package. Meaning that a shampoo is rolled into the bar soap.
So, you’re not just getting your body cleansed but can also use it as a shampoo to cleanse your hair. Dr. Squatch, on the other, gives you just the soap.
You can only clean your body without any extras. If I were to choose based on this, I’d go for the Every Man Jack soap.
The reason for this is simple.
I’ve always liked to shampoo my hair every now and then.
Sometimes, I can’t bring myself to do it because I have to open the shampoo bottle, massage it into my hair, wait a few minutes, and rinse it off. Then I start bathing.
But when it’s in the soap, I can just wipe it over my hair and start bathing right away. Then rinse later. Much easier.
They have similar scents. While Every Man Jack carries Cedar scent, Dr. Squatch features Cedar Citrus.
They may look the same, but the scent will be different. In fact, Every Man Jack has another scent they call Citrus, which I’m sure will smell different from their Cedar scent.
Personally, I don’t mind which scent I go for as long as it smells nice. The thing about scent is that it’s personal and subjective.
Generally, customers love the smell of both and describe them as smelling wonderful, so you shouldn’t have any problem here. I’ll score them equally here.
What do they smell like? EMJ describes the soap as smelling like Rosemary, Cedar, and Sage while Dr. Squatch says it smells like Orange Infused Cedar.
The quality of the ingredients in both is good. Both brands are cruelty-free and boh claim to not use harsh chemicals in the soaps.
That is to say, they are both natural. It’s a good thing to know what’s in the soap, so here is the full ingredient list of both soaps:
Full Ingredient for Dr. Squatch:
Active Ingredients: Peppermint Leaves (for scent), Cedar Wood Essential Oil (for scent), Orange Essential Oil (exfoliant)
Inactive Ingredients: Saponified Oils of (Olive, Sustainable Palm, Coconut), Shea Butter, Rosemary Essential Oil, Kaolin Clay, Sea Salt
Full Ingredient for Every Man Jack:
Active Ingredients: Shea Butter (for moisturization), Aloe Vera (Hydration), Glycerin (Hydration)
Inactive Ingredients: Sodium Palmate, Sodium Cocoate (Or) Sodium Palm Kernelate, Water (Aqua), Fragrance (Parfum), Decyl Glucoside, Sodium Chloride, Fusanus Spicatus (Sandalwood) Oil, Sodium Gluconate, Polyglyceryl -10 Caprylate/Caprate, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Glyceryl Oleate, Coco-Glucoside, Butylphenyl Methylpropianol, Limonene, Linalool
Note on Ingredients
If you look at the ingredient list, you’ll notice that the list is shorter for the Dr. Squatch soap, compared to EMJ. That’s always a good thing.
I like when the ingredient is not a lot, getting an irritated or allergic reaction is not likely to happen. That isn’t to say the Every Man Jack soap is bad because of the ingredients.
But something to be aware of when you’re choosing.
The Benefits of Both Soaps
Dr. Squatch markets their bar soaps as being exfoliating, which is when dead skin cells fall off the skin quickly to be replaced by new ones.
That’s why they include ingredients like peppermint leaves. Every Man Jack, on the other hand, focuses on hydration and cleansing, which the Glycerin and Aloe Vera ingredients in their soap do.
So, if you have dry skin, the best choice may be the EMJ soap. However, if you have oily skin, Dr. Squatch may be better for you.
Every Man Jack vs Dr. Squatch: Some Similarities
Both brands make their soaps in the United States, so in essence, you can expect the soaps to be of good grade and quality.
Also, both brands offer subscription-based payments when you buy on their website.
Both soaps are in form of bars, obviously, and are suitable for cleansing and nourishing the body, except Every Man Jack, which also cleanses/shampoos the hair.
The ingredients in the soaps are plant-based, with no harsh chemicals like paraben, phthalates, dyes, etc.
Finally, they are both cruelty-free, which means the ingredients or the soaps themselves are not tested on animals.
At this point, you should know and understand what each brand brings you. Now that you’re familiar with the strengths and weaknesses of both brands, choosing should be easier.
Both brands are great, no doubt. But you have to choose one. Therefore, if you’re looking for a cheap but effective brand, Every Man Jack is great.
The soap from EMJ contains shampoos for cleaning your hair and the bars are bigger than Dr. Squatch’s, even if little.
Finally, with Dr. Squatch soaps, you have lesser ingredients to worry about. So, if you have sensitive skin, you may want to consider that.
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